My grandmother was always there to support and care for everyone around her. She'd be the first person to volunteer for her community of Rhinelander WI, was involved in various choral groups, engaged in 4-H Club, a member of Delta Kappa Gamma-Alpha Nu Chapter and part of a round robin letter chain with friends that spanned over 60 years.
Grandma Rose was diagnosed with Alzheimer's just a few years prior to her passing in July of 2018. A woman who provided so much for so many, lost in forgotten memories.
One day, no one else will have to live with this disease, will have to watch their loved ones go through this disease, remind them who they are or what they mean to that person. Let's walk for those that mean the most to us toward a treatment, prevention and cure. Together let's #ENDALZ.
If you are interested in reading Rose's full life story, or to watch a photo collage video, please visit this webpage.
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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